NSGDatacom is a privately owned company, incorporated in
Maryland, USA, with offices in Virginia, Maryland, and England.
The company develops, manufactures, markets and supports industry
leading, carrier quality voice and data communication products
for wire-line and wireless networks. Using technology obtained
through strategic acquisitions and from internal development,
we provide solutions that are reliable, innovative, cost effective,
and flexible. We are entrusted to transmit critical data in
corporate, airport, financial, government, military, carrier,
satellite, and cellular networks worldwide. NSGDatacom also
has a solid reputation for providing unparalleled network
design, implementation and post-sales support.
Originally founded as Network Services Group in 1991, the
company has acquired ownership of many firsts in the industry.
In 1989, Netrix Corporation brought to market the first truly
integrated switching system, the #1-ISS, and was a founding
member of the Frame Relay Forum. In 1994 Netrix acquired Republic
Telecom, holder of a number of patents, including packetized
voice. This technology was incorporated into access products
used to build some of the first Voice over Frame Relay (VoFR)
and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks. Proteon
(later known as OpenRoute) the first U.S. router company and
inventor of OSPF merged with Netrix in 1999 to form Nx Networks.
In March of 2002, NSGDatacom acquired the assets of Nx Networks,
retaining all product technology rights and many employees.
Previously, the company had acquired Frederick Electronics
in 1998 and the product lines of Assured Digital Inc. (ADI)
and Dynetcom (formerly Dynatech Communications) in 2001. In
July of 2002 NSGDatacom acquired the product technology rights
of Advanced Switching Communications, a manufacturer of broadband